Organic waste or wasted gold?

Architecture, construction and planning
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The country’s first symposium on recycled organics will tackle their potential to create an industry worth more than $1 billion. Australia produces 20 million tonnes of wasted organics – garden organics, forestry residues, municipal solid wastes, agricultural residues, biosolids, green waste and timber – each year. Professor Chengrong Chen of the Griffith School of Environment, said […]

Soil – not a load of dirt!

Griffith School of Environment and Science
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Not only do soils produce 95 per cent of our food, they are also responsible for creating our clothes, shelter and fuels. But with most people only seeing soil as dirt and something to vacuum off the floor, Griffith University is changing that perception showing how important soils are to humankind and our environment. To do […]